The media management app Kyno, is now available after being extensively tested and refined over the last several months.
It’s no secret that I am a big fan of Kyno. I have been using the Beta program for quite some time and have been impressed by how quickly they have integrated customer feedback into the final release. For those who may not be familiar with Kyno, it is an easy-to-use media management, screening, logging, organisation and transcoding toolset for anyone working with video content and still imagery. It works with a wide variety of industry-standard formats and integrates seamlessly with Premiere Pro® and Final Cut Pro®. You can see my early review of Kyno here.
Less pain Software is offering a free 14 day trial of Kyno, or you can buy a permanent license for $159 US, which includes a year of free updates. “We’d also like to offer readers of Newsshooter a complementary voucher code, allowing you to purchase the full release of Kyno at the discounted price of $99.You can use the coupon “NSKYNO16″ to save $60 on Kyno.”
● Easy access to your media: Super-fast searching, filtering and media asset management gives instant access to videos directly from your hard-drive or SD card
● State-of-the-art technology: Play & quality-check footage in a high-performance player with accurate speed controls, widescreen bars, high-quality playback and more
● Find content fast: With ingest-free media browsing, media-aware filters, markers, subclips, tags, ratings and more, you get you what you need, fast
● No-fuss conversion & export: Support for a wide variety of industry-standard target formats, with a strong focus on productivity-enhancing batch operations
● Up-to-date integrations: Easily fit Kyno into any video workflow: export to Excel® or send files with metadata to Final Cut Pro® X, Final Cut Pro® or Premiere Pro®